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Jack Williams  Neighborhood Park

2041 Neptune Road
Livermore, CA 94550


Please join the LARPD Board of Directors and Leadership Team for the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new playground installation at Jack Williams Park on Wednesday, July 31, 2024, at 4 pm.

Icons depicting park amenities: Picnic Tables, Barbecue, Playground, Tennis and Pickleball Courts.
A colorful playground with slides and climbing structures, shaded by canopies, on a sunny day.

In 1972, Sunset Development gave this park to the community and formally named it Neptune Park. In 1983, Homestate Savings and Loan donated the remaining acres. In 1985, the William family and the District co-ventured a plan that included a special memorial site named after Jack Williams, a former City Councilman and Livermore resident since 1915. In 1988, Neptune Park was renamed Jack Williams Park.

Jack Williams Park features a playground, family picnic and barbecue area, and tennis/pickleball combo courts. The playground was updated in May of 2024 and now includes integrated shade structures, modern equipment designed with safety and fun in mind, and a range of play elements suitable for children of all ages. The tennis/pickleball combo courts were resurfaced in 2002, and the irrigation system was renovated in 2006.

Bar chart showing Jack Williams Park visitor numbers from 2018 to 2023 in thousands.
A line graph showing fluctuations in visits over time with annotations for COVID-19 shelter-in-place, playground reopenings, and wildfires.